Celtic Link Ferries
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Maybe you don't know it yet, but the route Rosslare<>Cherbourg is not run by Celtic Link anymore, the company Stena Line acquired it and operates the route since 31 March 2014..
Please visit our Stena Line page for more details or to make a booking.
Celtic Link Ferries were established in 2005 and operate car ferry and freight services between Rosslare in the Republic of Ireland and Cherbourg in the north of France. The ferry on this route is the Norman Voyager. This very popular holiday route connects the Republic of Ireland with France.
AFerry.com always has great prices for Celtic Link Ferries and latest special offers. See below for the latest offers and timetables.
Check-in is at least 45 minutes prior to departure for all vehicles.
Celtic Link Ferries Routes
Celtic Link Ferries Ships
The Celtic Horizon had 110 spacious and highly comfortable cabins, a self-service restaurant, a pub, a cinema, wi-fi access, a shop and some excellent lounges. It's journey time on the Cherbourg to Rosslare route was 17 hours. This vessel has now been renamed The Stena Horizon and it's part of the Stena Line's fleet.